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Sep 10, 2010 10:00pm PDT
's facing murder charges in the killing this year of a young peruvian woman, stephanie flores. in the meantime, van der sloot says he's doing just fine, thank you. >> when i was arrested, i -- i was scared for sure. and also at the police station, things happened that were not okay at all. but since i've been here in the prison, i've been treated really well. >> tonight in his first television interview since his arrest, an exclusive from behind bars, van der sloot is talking. he's reflective. >> i can understand that it's very hard for a family to lose somebody. >> and cold. >> natalee is someone i met one met and i barely know her. >> he's adding new detail, telling new stories, and claiming to feel sympathy for the family of one of his alleged victims. >> i feel really bad that her family -- that her family had to lose a daughter. it really does hurt me. i think about it all the time. >> also tonight, "dateline" retraces van der sloot's exotic odyssey across four continents with exclusive details and photos. years after natalee holloway's disappearance, he was living the li
Sep 6, 2010 11:00pm PDT
>> rose: welcome to our program. tonight, stephanie d'alessandro and john elderfield take us on a tour of a new matisse exhibit at the museum of modern art. >> it's a period when matisse really seemed to have very intently stopped the kind of work he was doing before and began searching for something and we can chart him through the evolution of "bathers by a river" in fact and then i think through "the exhibition" trying different modes of painting. bringing together different styles, avant-garde styles of the time, ways of making the surface of works very different and reworked. and we watch him not sure where he's going but excited about the possibility of a new kind of art for himself and we feel that for matisse that was a kind of radical invention. he said about "bathers by a river" and "moroccans" that they were two of the most pivotal works of his career. i think it's important he used the word "pivotal" and not "important." it suggests there was a change that those works brought about in his career and i think that's part of what that radical inventiois about. >> i t
Sep 8, 2010 6:36pm PDT
and released the results today in a 200-page report. stephanie dhue has more. >> reporter: today's report says the problem started with a bad cement job that caused dangerous gases to leak into the well undetected. crew members misread tests and thought the well was under control, and didn't act until it was too late. the blowout preventer, which should have sealed the well, failed. b.p. took responsibility for its decisions on the rig, but also blamed halliburton for the cement job and rig operator transocean, which maintained the blowout preventer. transocean called b.p.'s report a "self-serving attempt to conceal... b.p.'s fatally flawed well design." b.p. says the well design is sound and consistent with other wells in the area. halliburton says it completed the well under b.p.'s specifications. it also says it's confident its contract with b.p. protects it from lawsuits. the 50-person b.p. investigation team found no proof the company cut corners, but they suggested that b.p. look more broadly at what happened. this report won't be the last word. transocean is doing its own investigation.
Sep 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
and sculpture at the museum of modern art, moma. and stephanie d'alessandro, gary c. and francis comer curator of modern art at the art institute of chicago. and here is the conversation between the three of us. first of all, thank you and congratulations for what you have done here. this is a remarkable collaboration. the art institute of chicago here and the museum of modern art. how did it come about, john? >> well, it started five years ago when i visited chicago and found that stephanie working with her colleagues at chicago were doing work on their great matisse "bathers by a river." and the picture which had been begun in 1907, l/1909 and completed in 1917, the aim was to find out how that picture has developed over the years. and really it was an outcome of that that we moved to examination of other paintings by matisse done in the latter part of that period. and really from that the idea came of doing an exhibition. it wasn't first and foremost an exhibition project, it was kind of an investigation project. >> rose: why do you call it "radical invention"? >> well, i think that "bather
Sep 14, 2010 6:00pm EDT
got to get response on this stephanie miller, nationally syndicated radio talk show with us tonight and also heidi harris, radio talk show host in las vegas. let's take the reporter's story first. stephanie what do you make of this? is she just an attention-grabbing reporter or do you think that she really has an issue? >> you know, ed, i think it is going to be hard to tell through this investigation. i may not be the best woman to ask because as you know, i have been in this boys' club of radio for a long time and you can't be oversensitive f you have sat through a commercial break in my studio it is like a friar's roast meets a loading dock. i'm not a delicate flower. we will have to see if there is real harassment here or being sensitive. >> this is the reporter in question making a soundbite today on the situation. >> i must say that i don't hear anything that is in the way sexual word, because i am not the one who say the charge or who tried to involve all the team in this situation with. >> so what is it, heidi is she just a headline grabber or does she have a real issue? >>
Sep 16, 2010 11:00pm EDT
multas y otros castigos.. stephanie martinez nos amplia.. los . nosotros tenemos el sistema online. pueden pagarse electronicamente. nosotros podemos, si ust van au dinero. la sitaucion econmica esta dificl aparte han subido. los s han subido asi que tengo mis prioridades por el momento. entonces tengo que esperarme un poco a final del mes para hacerlo. el momento que estamos pasando en la economia uno no tiene ya para pagar las multas. pese a que los vehículos del condado de fairfax no requieren una calcomanía como prueba de pago, funcionarios aseguran que los infractores tambien enfrentan problemas al hacer otras transacciones. en el momento que ponemos dmv hold no puede hacer nada. es la forma de poder encontrar a las personas que han sido delincuentes. antes era visual hoy en dia es un hold electronico con el dmv. según representantes del departamento de impuestos a parte de las penalidades previamente mencionadas ellos pueden hacer embargos a su salario, cuentas bancarias e inclusive mandar la cuenta a colección.
Sep 24, 2010 6:00pm EDT
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Sep 2, 2010 2:00pm EDT
channel's stephanie abrams live on north carolina's outer banks. now we have got this latest information about how strong this storm is and it's just been downgraded, right? >> category 4, one of the strongest storms we have seen ever, moving up the coastline, now it has weakened thankfully and we got a long ways to go. winds are now at 125 miles an hour. so at least we're slowly heading in the right direction. you can look at the radar, it's starting to fill in where stephanie's located. the real heavy bands of rain are going to wait until about 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. and as we go p the coastline, the tropical storm force winds are now just off of cape carter, that's the southern most point there just to the south of the cape. and there's also the wilmington area. the hurricane force winds are near the center of the storm. but they do extend, big waves for many miles. the eye of the storm is disappearing on us. we could be undergoing an eyewall replacement cycle and that may not have time to fully wind back up. now the waves are probably the biggest story with this storm. the beach erosion i
Sep 30, 2010 4:00pm PDT
. and as a stephanie reports, that fog paperwork could put a flaw. >> the number of foreclosure is one-quarter of the real-estate market. according to a recent report, 2000 properties are in some state could be a bargain for prospective buyers as they sold for 26% less than non- foreclosure. however, that is not as steep as the 35 discount in the first quarter. the state with the highest is nevada. over one half of all real-estate transactions. arizona, california with the next a list. and next could go down j.p. morgan is saying that the was flawed paperwork with 56,000 borrowers in 23 states. wall street analysts say that j.p. morgan could pressure other banks to follow suit. that paper work to the industry-wide. allied financial need a similar move last week. i am stephanie in york. >> and n.y.. >> and san francisco, the 8101 split. in an 80, it is trying to crawl toward the lower deck of the bay bridge. the bottom of your bridge is medium clip south on 101. we will be right back. are only one hundred thirty miles apart. they may as well be on different planets. sacramento, mismanag
Sep 28, 2010 7:00pm PDT
phone app and a new way of getting things done. maybe you've found it in your travels. stephanie dhue explains. >> reporter: taximagic is changing the way people call for cabs. with a smart phone, you can type in where you are and get a message back that the cab's on its way and track its arrival. >> we got a message the taxi's been dispatched. it's floyd norman, and he's 1.5 miles away, and i say, "cool." >> reporter: sanders partee helped start the company three years ago with one customer, red top cab in northern virginia. its c.o.o., george pakidis, says its a hit. already one out of ten of his customers book rides that way. >> the idea that a client can reach us through the web, they can call us from their smart phone, they can text us, it's just user friendly. >> reporter: taximagic software can help take the load off a cab company's dispatch system. >> if you can see on the phone where the cab is on it's way to pick you up, you're less likely to call the operator and say, "dude, where's my car?" >> reporter: taximagic began with a business plan to integrate taxi charges into ex
Sep 30, 2010 4:00pm PDT
. >> hi. i'm stephanie wiseman, artistic director to have marsh. we are located at 1062 valencia street right next to the proposed new bidding. we purchased our building in 1996 and after looking at the plans, we are very concerned that we will have a negative impact based on this new project. we are 21 years old, a vibrant community theater that develops new performance. we present over 400 performances each year, including hits such as brian copeland, and genuine black man and the longest running soul show in san francisco history and we are presenting the real american. these shows develop at the marsh, run at the marsh, and go across the country and around the world. in addition to our performances, the roster includes classes for youth and adults, rehearsals, and a cafe box office. and the building is in use ef day between 9:00 a.m. and late into the night. and when we move to the valencia corridor in 1990, the street was a very different from the now cultural gourmet hub it is now. it was a struggling neighborhood with boarded up buildings and businesses going under. we believe th
Sep 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
claims. >> because she is a candidate, stephanie hodge is cannot be in the parade. she feels the real reason is because she is a republican and democratic territory. if you talk to parade organizers and some of her fellow republicans, that may not be the case. stephanie hodge is is a republican candidate for state delegates in the democratic heavy 37 district of anne arundel county. she was campaigning near the rock arunta mills mall, which she wishes it did she was campaigning near the urumqi mills mall. the potentiale resources, so i have to depend on the grass-roots campaign. >> hottest things the parade is playing politics. >> it does really seem that they are trying to keep republicans out. they are also sitting delegates for district 32 are democrats. >> that no candidate rule has been in place for years. >> a former republican state delegate from district 32 told us, my recollection is that i participated in the parade. another republican candidate, lane smith, says that the parade had the opportunity to set the grounds, and they have been consistent. >> hollis had already file
Sep 10, 2010 6:30pm EDT
a product as old as the hills: alcohol. stephanie dhue looks at whether the governor's plan to privatize liquor sales will be a budget win or a hangover in the making. >> reporter: in town hall meetings around the state, governor robert mcdonnell is making the case for getting virginia out of the liquor business. >> i don't necessarily think it's a core function of government to have to distribute gray goose or jack daniel's, i think there's other things that are probably more important. >> reporter: the governor proposes auctioning 1,000 liquor licenses to retailers, like costco, giant, and 7-11, which already sell beer and wine in virginia. the state would also auction wholesale licenses and get rid of its warehouse and state-owned stores. the proposal promises to bring in nearly $0.5 billion to help fund transportation projects. >> letting the free market work, we can generate a one-time windfall for transportation and keep an equivalent amount of money coming to the state, it's just smart business. i'm looking for ways not to dump more taxes on the citizens, but to find other creativ
Sep 26, 2010 10:00am EDT
out there for everybody. we just have to get it to them. >> stephanie? >> my big sister karen told me there are no excuses. you can achieve. she would say, "stephanie, shut up and deal and roll with the punches." no matter where you come from or what you have experienced, it does not matter. you can overcome anything. that is what i take my students every day. no matter what's happening at home or what chaos you live in or what you experienced with your parents, you can overcome anything and become anything. >> kimberly? >> one thing i learned in life is that we are all born with natural intelligence. something that we are gifted in, we are geniuses in those specific skills. and with that natural intelligence comes a passion. that is what we should do as our career. i ask my students all the time, why are you here? what do you come to school for? they say to get a good job. i say, no, you were born with something. what do you love to do every day without thinking about it, it comes instinctively, you do it so well, no one ever taught you? they say that they draw or write music or poet
Sep 10, 2010 11:35pm EDT
to help them thrive. he says he can stay safe even when he's between the paws of a giant lion. stephanie sy has our report. >> reporter: provoking a 460-pound teenage lion is a very bad idea. >> be nice. be nice. >> reporter: lion trainer kevin richardson must carefully analyze the dynamic of this lion pride as he introduces two new member, younger cubs. having grown up orphans together, the two have a close bond. but it's vital they're part of a group of lions. mafumu is the braver one. >> guys to help. >> reporter: bandit appears to be the most aggressive of the lion possi which rightly owned the name "the terrible teen." >> if it doesn't work out i don't know what i'm going to do. >> reporter: eventually the others seem to accept mafumu and bietzi. kevin takes personal responsibility for all these cats. he helps develop this lion park in south africa five years ago for the filming of a movie stars thor, this moody male. since filming, kevin has worried about where funding to maintain the animals will come from. without revenue the park will have to close, the animals either sold or wo
Sep 1, 2010 11:00pm EDT
to her any way. >> reporter: stephanie moved in to this apartment back on march 9th after her husband was sent to texas text for training the air force. she said it seemed nice and then already children started getting welts. >> i was treating it like mosquito and getting foggers for mosquito. >> reporter: it wasn't until june she found other apartments had these, bed bugs. she said she has documents showing they had been spraying her building for months for it even before she moved in. all of her things in bags and he is in her mother's house but still paying for the apartment she said she can't live in. >> they had said to me, we will just come out and spray. that's all we are obligated to do for you. we aren't going to reimburse you even though you don't have mattresses. you can't stay but we still want the check at the first of the month. >> reporter: we contacted the owners of the complex and calls weren't returned. the health department did inspect the apartment. they said inspectors did find evidence of bet bugs though they didn't find live ones, they did find blood stains an
Sep 17, 2010 5:00am EDT
everything and anything to get a new set of wheels. >> reporter: now homeowner stephanie johnson digs gardening in her backyard. >> i like the chance to be outside and relax and not worry about anything. >> reporter: recently, she bought some dirt to build a raised vegetable garden. >> it would have taken forever without a wheelbarrow. >> reporter: so she doesn't own one but set out to borrow. from books to appliances and more, these days borrowing has gone high-tech on sites like share some sugar, neighbor borrow and you can post and share items you own and borrow things that you need all from others right in your neighborhood. >> tools and air beds. some listed their car even. >> reporter: think of each site as a matchmaking service. temporary ownership is a hot trend. >> a lot of people are feeling the pinch of not having enough money right now so they are turning to borrowing for more expensive items. >> reporter: by borrowing just once, waller says you can save tens of hundreds, sometimes even thousands depending on the item. while sharing does pay off, there i
Sep 27, 2010 11:00pm EDT
feed our family is whole milk, the whole grains, the fruits and vegetables. [ stephanie ] that nutrition passion i have carries into the animals and what we feed our cows. [ stephanie ] we're real firm believers that raising kids or cows you need strong nutrients. ♪
Sep 29, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. [ stephanie ] that nutrition passion i have carries into the animals and what we feed our cows. [ stephanie ] we're real firm believers that raising kids or cows you need strong nutrients. ♪ >>> tonight on "nightline" -- the real modern fami
Sep 6, 2010 9:00am EDT
. stephanie abrams is just over there in the crowd. >> yes, we are state side. what was it like being that close to miranda? >> awesome! >> well, unfortunately, not so awesome weather in the tropics. we need to talk about a new tropical storm, hermine, that is going to bring lots of moisture into texas. the bad news the tropical storm is heading to brownsville. the good news texas could actually use some of this rain. it looks like it will last there all weeklong. how much rain? very heavy amounts as we look down towards mexico and also into brownsville. otherwise severe weather in the >> cool and dry this morning. the rain to our northwest, and great weather for a labor day picnic. a lot of sunshine. >>> amy, back to you. >> stephanie, thanks. this morning on "today's money" how to rake in the bucks on line. from offering advice to on-call nursing it can can be as simple as turning on your computer and surfing the web. the editor in chief of "women's day" magazine has some practical advice in its latest issue. good morning. >> good morning. >> so we've all heard about youtube sensati
Sep 3, 2010 11:00pm EDT
> en washington d.c. ..stephanie martinezvis nen nuestrs proximas edicis les ofreceremos las propuestasd funciones publicas en toda nuestra region. a continuaci de no haber ganadores le proximo sorteo el monto se acumulara a .....milloones de dola/cc> bueno ya estamos lisstos par ala segunda parte de los lo quen la famosa fecha fifa para este fin de semana. (sot) . en los angeles se veran las caras salvadoreños y hondureños en el coliseo (sot) . en la fecha tambien guatemala con nicaragua en la fy canada con peru final sera ara el de calendario de costumbre en sus escenarios. feliz fin de semana para todos gracias norma ...este lunes feriado imperdible la presentacion de la lucha libre, el wwe en el verizon center....hoy tuvimos la oportunidad de conversar con las bellas gemelas y r-truht ..... no se olviden el lunes el evento ara a las 8 de la noche en el verizon center ....y seguimos con eventos y hablandode eventos ...este mingo 5 se la comunidad guatemalteca celebra su independencia en el gran dia chapin ...conversamos con
Sep 30, 2010 5:00pm EDT
on the storm and what to spend in jus >> that is the mayor stephanie rawlings-blake giving an update. >> you need to use caution as well as common sense. the conditions are potentially treacherous, especially with the high tides around midnight. i am urging all residents not only to move their cars out of the bells. area but to keep an eye on your basement. we have already had some reports of flooding, which may be at risk for flooding. a key parking garages have been made available for overnight parking. i am asking the people to move your car. we have those a key -- two gar ages available. do not walk or drive through large bottles. it is extremely dangerous and the leading cause of death in this kind of weather. i ask everyone to remain vigilant. do not approach or touch power lines that have been downed. please call 911. we have seen an increase in trees that have fallen. for trees, flooded streets or other problems, call 311 to make a report. people should also call 311 if they need a card to be relocated from a very flooded area. -- need a car to be relocated. please continue to monito
Sep 1, 2010 11:00am EDT
, but nbc meteorologist bill karins is here in studio with me and stephanie abrams is live in kill devil hills in north carolina. we are starting with stephanie where you see folks behind you. how are they receiving the news regarding earl's path, stephanie? >> they are a little bit on edge here. the surf kicked up a little more yesterday. breaking weather news to tell you about, we are under hurricane warnings. this is just out from the national hurricane center with the 11:00 advisory. hurricane warnings issued northeastwards towards the north carolina, virginia border including sounds and always evacuation ordered here for ocracoke and visitors on hatteras island and people here are keeping close eye on the path of the storm. >> i think everybody's concerned. you know, the storm is coming and it's big enough. if it gets a little farther west, hey, we could have some problems. >> it's just another storm. he said 20 years ago it was like that. so maybe we'll get lucky. >> but, tamron, the thing is you don't even need this to make landfall. hurricane force winds stretch out 90 miles from
Sep 17, 2010 6:00pm EDT
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Sep 16, 2010 7:00am EDT
kingdom. stephanie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, meredith. on board a jet with the call sign, "shephard 1." on the flight over, he addressed the abuse scandal with reporters and said the catholic church didn't ask fast enough or decisively enough. that's one of many controversial issues he has to deal with in his four day trip here. it's the first official state visit by a pope to britain in nearly 500 years. greeted by prince philip and scottish clergy, he made his way along the royal mile to be received by the queen. the pope's meeting with the queen is a rare event. this exchange of gift, a gesture britain's catholics hope will mend a rift that began with king henry the 8th in the 16th century. >> i shall denounce the pope as a hn heretich and marry whom i please. >> it led to a permanent split in rome. >> for hundreds of years, it has been illegal to be a catholic in this country and he has been persona non grata since the 16th century. it puts the healing back again. >> reporter: people are flocking to catch a glimpse of the pope in this is bullet proof popemobile.
Sep 6, 2010 7:00am EDT
with that breaking news of a new torl, this one in the gulf of mexico. the weather channel's stephanie abrams is filling in for al. stephanie, what's the story? >>> there's a huge plume of moisture associated with hermine and there it is stretching anywhere from mexico, but guess what, the system is heading rate towards the texas coast. as we head over the next couple of days, it could make landfall near brownsville on tuesday. it could bring flooding to texas but also the good news is that we need the rain in texas. we certainly don't need it here in mexico. as you can see the moisture associated with hermine caused some significant flooding and a lot of evacuations here as well. hopefully we do not see scenes like that in texas. lester, back to you. >> stephanie, thanks. we'll go back to you shortly for the rest of the nation's forecast. right now it is 7:03 and here's natalie. >>> lester, today is no holiday for president obama as he hits the road trying to sell the administration's jobs plan. this with the jobs of a lot of congressional democrats in peril this fall. nbc's mike viqueira ha
Sep 17, 2010 7:00am EDT
in britain, calling on teachers to create trusting safe environments for young people. stephanie gosk reports from london. >> reporter: the pope reached out to young catholics this morning at st. mary university just outside of london, his message, education. the pope conducted the first of three open air masses late thursday afternoon in glasgow, 65,000 worshippers took advantage of a rare break in the scottish clouds to welcome the holy father with fanfare. the pope only stopped twice, rolling down windows so the pope could say hello to the smallest of his flock. john paul ii gave the -- the current pope lacks his predecessor's star power and faces one of the most daunting challenges in the church's history, the priest abuse scandal. a subject the pope avoided in the first eulogy in his four day visit. the mass concluded with a star turned from scotland's sweetheart suzanne boil. there are reports that boil fainted when she found out she would sing for the pope. the scottish crooner sang flawlessly as the entourage left a cheering crowd behind. stephanie gosk, nbc news, london. >>> the cens
Sep 13, 2010 2:00pm EDT
handle it are asking the bai be reduced or dropped all together. let's get the latest from stephanie gosk in london. this may not be the case about having the money, it's about how to get the money through the oper channels in iran? >> yeah, that could be the hangup at this point. the u.s. does not have any diplomatic relations with iran, there are sanctions against the it could be they don't ve the mechanism to transfer that money. there may have to be one off to get the money over there. there have been reports that the family can't afford it. either way the money is not there. if it were there. then she would be released. and she wod be out. . she would be able to leave the country. she has to face espionage charges. the origal hangup over the weekend was the power struggle between president ahmadinejad and the judiciary when they announced they were going to release and the judiciary said you can't do that. iranialaw.ation of we saw a compromise between the two over the weekend. so it's unclear when or if she's ever going to be released. >> there are reports this was a embarrassment r
Sep 13, 2010 3:00pm EDT
' stephanie gosk is in london stephanie, of course, there's the money itself. but let's go to the negotiations. the there any indication that iran will comply? >> well, the negotiations are secret. they're being held through the wiss embassy because no swiss diplomats are on the ground. what the lawyer is saying is they're trying to either get this bail dropped or lowered. there's some difficulty in getting the money there. there's no real mechanism to delivethe money there are no diplomatic relationships between the u.s. and iran. we're talking about a u.s. entity transferring $500,000 to the iranian government. how does that happen? will they potentially get some kind of special dispensation from the u.s. government to do that? it could be a logistical issue. there is the possibility they're having problmoem raising the money. it's hard to man they would not be able to raise that money with all the publicity they've been getting from donors around the counted. >> is the u.s. government giving money in the situation? do we know anything about that? >> no, it's unclear. certainly if they are
Sep 17, 2010 6:00am EDT
is in jail after being accused of killing another woman, stephany flores. he is the main inspect in natalee holloway's disappearance in aruba but was never charged in connection with that case. >>> a teenager is dead after being shot in a hyattsville park. 2600 block of nicholson street. good morning, tracy. >> reporter: good morning, jo yesterday when this happened at the neighborhood park it was actually light outside. this is a park that has a baseball field. also basketball courts. it's not isolated at all. a complex here sits on the edge of the park. police are trying to figure out what led to this shooting. around 8:00 p.m. last night police responded to the 2600 blockf nicholson street in hyatts vil. the 16-year-d boy who had been shot. they rushed him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. they are investigating to see what ledo the shooting. at this point they have not release the name of the victim. >>> coming up, we will tell you why the plan to reduce the price smart trip cards may not work. >>> we'll take a look at the areas hardest hit. >>> 71 degrees. lovely sky in t n
Sep 19, 2010 10:00pm EDT
or headed in reverse. cnn's stephanie elam is getting down to business. >> reporter: we may be seeing signs of stability in the housing market. national home prices rose 3.6% over the past year. but some experts say that number was helped by the home buyer tax credit and could fall again soon. look for the latest housing numbers out on tuesday. >>> well, lawmakers in washington work on fixing on the economy, new numbers suggest the healing could start right away in the nation's capital. the district of columbia gained almost 18,000 jobs last month, and employment is up 3% this year, outpacing every state in the nation. we'll find out more on unemployment this week. >>> well, looking out for signs of economic recovery, a different kind of sign is causing a controversy. starbucks newly designed thrive-through menu offers their 16-ounce grande and 20-ounce cups of coffee with no mention of the cheaper 12-ounce tall size for sale. logs are heating up saying the coffee giant is trying to trick customers into buying more, but starbucks says they are just trying to simplify business. that's this w
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